- Thursday, October 24, 2013
Volunteers from Ben’s Bells Newtown visited Hawley Elementary School for a Friday, October 18, evening event to create the ceramic and bell creations that are randomly distributed works of art.
Hawley School students and family members gathered in the school’s gymnasium for the event, and according to Hawley Principal Jo-Ann Peters, roughly 150 people signed up to participate.
- Friday, September 20, 2013
With the October 5 referendum on the town accepting state financial assistance to demolish the Sandy Hook School building and to design and build a new facility, the Board of Education took up a few related topics during its meeting on September 17.
“As we discussed at a couple of other meetings,” Business Director Ronald Bienkowski told the school board Tuesday evening, “we are interested in retrieving useful items from Sandy Hook School before it is demolished.”
- Friday, May 17, 2013
Hawley Elementary School’s annual art show, which features students’ artwork created throughout the school year, was held on Wednesday, May 1, and was open to all school family and friends.
Artwork on display for the evening ranged from “Shape Families” created by first grade students to “Papier Mache Anthropomorphic Animals,” shown, created by fourth grade students.
- Thursday, May 2, 2013
Stephanie Fagan, the art director of Fine Gardening, published by The Taunton Press, visited with Hawley Elementary School kindergarten students on Friday, April 26.
In math/science specialist Jenna Connors’s room, the kindergarteners learned about the life cycle of plants, and planted their own seeds. Ms Fagan gave two presentations during the day.
- Thursday, February 28, 2013
Newtown High School National Honor Society Art Committee member Michelle Rekofsky hung her contribution to Hawley Elementary School’s new Reading Lounge on Thursday, February 21.
- Friday, February 8, 2013
A before school club at Hawley Elementary School has had students playing some gymnasium activity favorites.
Hawley physical education (PE) teacher Doug Michlovitz said the PE Favorites program was offered in two sessions for both lower grades and older grades at the school. Both sessions were booked full of interested students.